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Sustainable & Impact Investing Series

2020 saw record growth in interest and allocation to strategies that incorporate Environmental, Social, and Governance considerations in an effort to produce market-rate returns in pursuit of measurable environmental or social impact. COVID, the Black Lives Matter movement, California wildfires, and the Presidential and senate elections all served to further amplify ESG related risks and opportunities for investors to consider.

Throughout 2021, Glenmede will host a series of events to help our clients position ahead of the key themes we see playing out in 2021 and design portfolios built for this transforming world.

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Evolving Considerations for Fiduciaries

This event was recorded on Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Glenmede's Laura LaRosa, Executive Director of Client Development, John McCabe, Chief Fiduciary Counsel and Mark Hays, Director of Sustainable and Impact Investing will host a virtual discussion to help demystify the sustainable & impact investing landscape and provide guidance on how fiduciaries may seek to apply these investments in practice.

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The Rise of "S" in ESG: Quality Job Creation for a
Post-COVID World

This event was recorded on Thursday, May 13, 2021

Glenmede’s Sustainable & Impact Investing professionals examined investors’ focus on how corporations are re-shaping policies to create “quality jobs” — jobs that are secure, equitable and flexible in a post-COVID world — and emerging research linking quality jobs to financial performance.

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The Rise of "S" in ESG: Closing Race and Gender Wealth Inequities Through Investing

This event was recorded on Thursday, April 8, 2021

Glenmede’s Sustainable & Impact Investing professionals offered their insight, research, and perspective on two prominent areas of interest for investors involved in diversity and inclusion – gender lens & racial equity investing.

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Harnessing Climate Change: Public Markets on Both Sides
of the Pond

This event was recorded on Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Glenmede’s Laura LaRosa, Executive Director of Client Development, moderated a discussion with Mark Hays, Director of Sustainable & Impact Investing, and Stonehage Fleming's Mona Shah, Director of Investment Strategy & Research, exploring the advancements in European investors’ ability to affect climate change and how it may be a preview of what is to come in the U.S.

About Glenmede

An independent and privately held investment and wealth management firm, Glenmede was founded in 1956 to manage the charitable assets of the Pew family—seven individual trusts which serve as the primary funding source for the non-profit entity The Pew Charitable Trusts. Today Glenmede provides highly customized investment, fiduciary and advisory services to high-net-worth individuals and families, endowments, foundations and institutional entities, representing $41 billion of assets under management as of 3/31/21. For further information, please visit our website at glenmede.com.

These webinars are intended to provide a review of issues or topics of possible interest to Glenmede Trust Company clients and friends and are not intended as personalized investment, tax or legal advice. Any opinions provided may change after the date of publication. Information gathered from third-party sources is assumed reliable but is not guaranteed. No outcome, including performance or tax consequences, is guaranteed, due to various risks and uncertainties. Clients are encouraged to discuss anything they hear in these webinars with their Glenmede Relationship Manager or tax or legal advisor.

To learn more about Glenmede, please contact Laura LaRosa, Executive Director of Client Development.
Phone: 215-419-6027    Email: Laura.A.LaRosa@glenmede.com